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hostage over the debt ceiling. we'll bring you the details. stay with us. if there was a pill to help protect your eye health as you age... would you take it? well, there is. [ male announcer ] it's called ocuvite. a vitamin totally dedicated to your eyes, from the eye care experts at bausch + lomb. as you age, eyes can lose vital nutrients. ocuvite helps replenish key eye nutrients. ocuvite has a unique formula not found in your multivitamin to help protect your eye health. now that's a pill worth taking. [ male announcer ] ocuvite. help protect your eye health. >>> and of course, we love hearing from our viewers on our twitter and our facebook page. many of you are responding to my interview last night with bill mcgee, a parent who opposes arming teachers in his children's school. on facebook, peggy clay bring wries if having armed teachers in school is such a good idea, why hide it from the parents? arnold suggests if we are going to arm teachers, send them to west point instead of normal colleges. then we will have qualified vigilantes. and elaine violet, a staunch supporter of th
to increase the debt ceiling unilaterally, and another option that is floated is to essentially mint a platinum coin worth a trillion dollars. this is a idea that dates back to a 1997 appropriations bill that deals with the issue. the white house saying they do not believe that this gives nem the authority to mint a trillion dollars coin. they feel they need to go through congress to get the debt increased. there's question how it will take effect. president obama said he is not going negotiate with congress. so it raises the question, if he is not going negotiate congress, how are they going to get it done? congress is digging in and house republicans saying they are not going to aagree to an increase in the debt limit unless it's equalled by dollar for dollar spending cuts and depositions saying they are not signing off on that, they believe it will take a huge bite out of sbeel s entitlements and that is all coming as the noungsment of a appointment of a new head of treasury, secretary of the treasury, former chief of staff, jack lew, some say he is a big spend democrat, they fee
should go for the platinum coin option if republicans try to hold the country hostage over the debt ceiling. we'll bring you the details. stay with us. hey! did you know that honey nut cheerios has oats that can help lower cholesterol? and it tastes good? sure does! wow. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. >>> and of course, we love hearing from our viewers on our twitter and our facebook page. many of you are responding to my interview last night with bill mcgee, a parent who opposes arming teachers in his children's school. on facebook, peggy clay bring wries if having armed teachers in school is such a good idea, why hide it from the parents? arnold suggests if we are going to arm teachers, send them to west point instead of normal colleges. then we will have qualified vigilantes. and elaine violet, a staunch supporter of the second amendment says guns in school is asking for a disaster. everyone needs to calm down and be rational. good god, has everyone lost it? keep sharing your thoughts with us and
hostage over the debt ceiling. we'll bring you the details. stay with us. >>> and of course, we love hearing from our viewers on our twitter and our facebook page. many of you are responding to my interview last night with bill >>> and of course, we love hearing from our viewers on our twitter and our facebook page. many of you are responding to my interview last night with bill mcgee, a parent who opposes arming teachers in his children's school. on facebook, peggy clay bring wries if having armed teachers in school is such a good idea, why hide it from the parents? arnold suggests if we are going to arm teachers, send them to west point instead of normal colleges. then we will have qualified vigilantes. and elaine violet, a staunch supporter of the second amendment says guns in school is asking for a disaster. everyone needs to calm down and be rational. good god, has everyone lost it? keep sharing your thoughts with us and like us on facebook and on twitter using the hash tag edshow. >>> still to come, protecting athletes from brain injuries. i'll talk to chris nowinski about cte
sense is you're not going to raise the debt ceiling, we're going to mint a trillion dollar coin. the other way to respond is the way you're responding which is you're bluffing, right? that's clearly not true. you clearly aren't going to do that. so let's actually put all that aside. i think there is something to that. i think there is something to not making more of the threat than it should crediblebly. >> we have a spending problem in this country. everyone around this table and in the country understand that's. but they don't want to do anything about it. i would argue very strongly we have a spending problem in this country and there's no political will to do anything about it. the president voted six years ago against raising the debt ceiling. so this is a little bit of a red herring and him being, you know, above the fray on this which is absolutely not true. he was complicit in trying to use it as leverage back then and has been a point of bringing people to the table. >> let me make a point about that. the norm has been that there is a symbolic vote that people will cost
administration says that the only solution for the problem is for congress to raise that debt ceiling. >>> some bloggers are online and they believe they have the answer to the nation's debt ceiling crisis that the treasury should simply mean a $1 trillion platinum coin. keep it in reserve, then use the money to pay bills. others say it is not realistic as far as being approached to the solution. you may have seen her and her sister marianne around becoming local staples after moving to the bay area from michigan more than four decades ago. they are unmistakable. that's after they fell ill in july. vivian brown would have turned 86 later this month. >>> and brushing your pet's teeth may seem like a difficult task. up next why it is important, much more important than what you think. >>> a surprise for the fast food drivers. no driver to be found. we'll be right back. >>> we've got a forecast that will bring a chill to your heart and to have everything else quite frankly with a freeze warning that will be posted to the bay area. it will be cold this
'm having the angst for the president to extend the debt ceiling and go ahead and have the coin minted, but on the other hand worrying that it is an overreach, but on the other hand, he may not be able to choose his own secretary of defense. what do we think about the hagel decision, and is that presemtively taking on the politics, because he know he won't have the drama or go in to have the hagel fight? >> well, i don't believe he wants any of the fights. i am among those who are surprised that he went with hagel because they could see controversy there. and secretary gates, the democrats like to have a republican defense secretaries, and they feel like it is good optics to have a republican in national security post, and secretary gates was well liked by the republicans even though he was to the left of the center of the bush era on national security establishment. >> which is not very far left. >> still very much center right at least, and hagel did break with the republican colleagues and i think that the white house had no know that there was sort of resentment, and bad blood ther
way of getting around the debt ceiling. what do you think of that? >> i think the whole thing is the race to the bottom of ridiculous new plans. to be fair, the trillion dollar coin has taken it. nothing is going to be sillier than that. >> platinum. platinum. but have you ever seen those nature shows where the birds hop around around fluff up their feathers to intimidate a rival or aattract a mate? i hope and believe that is what the president and congress are doing right now. trying to be bigger and bigger and more threatening. in the end they're going to make a deal. they always make a deal. >> keith boynkin, this is argentina type stuff. this is banana republic type stuff. democrats don't want to cut spending. they're trying to come up with phony arguments. only boehner wants the one for one. this law professor has got this i.o.u. it did work for a spell in california. but he says that the congress has the constitutional authority to raise the debt. what is going on here? and -- >> do you think it's a good idea, larry, for the united states government not to pay its debt?
department spokesperson is saying that it will not produce platinum coins to avoid the debt increase. the idea has gained momentum mostly among democrats with republicans threatening another debt ceiling showdown on spending cuts. u.s. expected to reach the debt limit next month. some economists, you start printing money like that you will devalue the existing currency and in the long run create enormous inflation. that apparently option being ruled out by the department of treasury. >> jamie: consumer financial protection bureau is unveiling new mortgage rules and no one is happy about them. banking industry and consumer groups feel they are getting shortchanged. biggest critics people now to be cautious and careful about their investment decisions. joining us with more kyle harrington, good to see you. i was surprised about reading this. everybody remembers the mortgage mess. apparently under these new rules it sounds like it will be easier for people to get mortgages. that sounds like a good thing. is it? >> it's better i'm interested in people being able to attain mortgages. i'm
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